No Monkeys, No Chocolate

Stewart, Melissa (Book - 2013 )
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No Monkeys, No Chocolate

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Most kids love chocolate, but few of them know that its main ingredient, the cocoa bean, comes from a tree that grows in tropical rain forests. Dual-layer text describes the life cycle of the tree, emphasizing its botanical structures and highlighting the interdependence of the plant and animals such as the pollen-sucking midge, brain-eating coffin fly, and aphid-munching anole lizard. Two wise-cracking bookworms offer meta-textual commentary and humor in this fascinating depiction of a microhabitat's survival.
Authors: Stewart, Melissa
Title: No monkeys, no chocolate
Publisher: Watertown, MA :, Charlesbridge,, 2013.
Characteristics: p. cm.
Local Note: 1 118 143 152 160 222 242 243 244
Additional Contributors: Young, Allen M.
Wong, Nicole - (Nicole E.),
ISBN: 9781580892872
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